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," and tucker carlson. steve? >> the problem is if they came down the website until it's right, that's likely to be six months and long beyond that. then you get into the problems we discussed before. you have the sickest people signing up. you have other people incapable of signing up. do you penalize them? do you not? it creates, i think, and exacerbates a set of problems the white house doesn't want to deal with. if the white house doesn't make this decision now, they get themselves further into trouble and make the ultimate decision that much more difficult. i think these are the kinds of things being debated behind closed doors at the white house and elsewhere with ceos of insurance companies and others. we've got to make a decision. what do we do and when do we make this decision? every day that passes, i think they can make their problems that much more difficult. >> they are trying to lower expectations, clearly, julie. dan pfeiffer this weekend on abc. >> our goal is to get as many people done as possible. i can promise the first enrollment numbers released later this month won't be
in our panelist. steve hayes. julie pace, and george will. julie, it has been frustrating trying to get those numbers, and i know you all have felt that in the white house briefing room. what about this latest revelation, and how it fits in the big picture in. >> we have been reporting for several weeks that on the first day of enrollment, the numbers were in the single digits. we know that number is six. and what we don't know, though, is where the numbers are now. this is incredibly frustrating because we know the numbers exist somewhere in the west wing, somewhere in hhs, and really what you're seeing is selective transparency on the part of the white house. they'll tell us the number of people who go to the site, the number of applications that has been submitted, but they won't tell us how many people are enrolling. you're seeing them lower expectations pretty dramatically for when they put out the first round of numbers, which is expected in mid-november. >> november 15th, we hear. >> subtract six from 7 million. that's number they expect to have or need to have signed up by march
of naked power grab you are doing. >> okay. with that, let's bring in our panel. steve hayes rk, amy stoddard, a george will. amy. >> i'm actually told i'm not sip cal enough, but i was surprised this happened. as a mom, you threaten to at that time take the tv and break it, it's a great threat, but they kind of know you won't do it. democrats will pay for this.'s kind of know you won't do it. democrats will pay for this. i was stunned that they would do that for that reason. i can understand their exasperation. i think that the nonpartisan, bipartisan new precedent of abusing the filibuster is a shame and it's created more gridlock. but what they have done by grabbing power in this way and breaking long standing rule in the senate is going to increase partisanship and gridlock. >> george. >> well, both parties have been situational emphasis in a disgraceful way. in 2005 when the republicans threatened essentially this, i strenuously opposed it and i strenuously oppose this. it's a melancholy day. thisdy m dky thisky diminishes minority rights. it further expands presidential power.
-stars. steve hayes, charles krauthammer when we come back. >>> huge challenges remain, but we cannot close the door on diplomacy, and we cannot rule out peaceful solutions of the world's problems. we cannot commit ourselves to an endless cycle of conflict. tough talk and bluster may be the easy thing to do politically, but it's not the right thing for our security. >> israel will be safer, the region will be safer. iran's 20% uranium will be destroyed. therefore, they are safer. >> we have just rewarded very bad and dangerous behavior. think about what this agreement does. it says you can continue to enrich, that's what the iranians believe. and they have made no changes, no changes in the development of their nuclear weapon program. i can tell you that with a high degree of certainty. >> fallout to the deal with iran. how much time does it buy? what does it really do? join the panel if you would on bing right now. let's bring in our panel. steve hayes, mara, and charles krauthammer. your thoughts? >> it's hard to watch the president and secretary of state and not think how they cannot be
. >>> that thanksgiving din hner could be a lot more expensive next year. steve goes in depth tonight. >> you may need to bring extra cash to the grocery store to buy milk selling as high as $8 a gallon. there's no farm bill. there's supposed to be new authorization every five years. right now it's a year overdue. if there's no bill by this year's end, the 1948 agricultural law would kick in and force the dairy farmers to pay exorbitant prices for milk. it would create a shortage for everyone and drive prices sky high. that bill is stalled over whether to pay subs cities to farmers to protect against possible crop failure horse help with crop insurance to pay out only when there's actually a failure. the other big sticking point is the $80 billion a year supplemental nutrition program. the s.n.a.p. used to be called food stamps. recipients since president barack obama took office. democrats in the senate bill could cut $4.5 billion. >> the bottom line here is i'm willing to negotiate and compromise as long as we have a farm bill that doesn't make hunger worse in america. i don't think you can get a bi
panel, steve haze of the weekly standard, and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. before we get to the action in the house, the president met with officials from some of the biggest insurance companies today. steve, is his fix really about trying to solve these problems to get these canceled policies restored, or is it more about shifting blame to those insurance companies? >> it's entirely about shifting blame to those insurance companies. one of the things that was most interesting about his comments yesterday is how substance free, how policy free they actually were. and at one point in the course of his statement the president and what has to be considered a gaffe announced that the key point, his words, the key point here is that he not be held responsible but the blame be put on the insurance company. he said it at his own press conference. that's what it was about. >> you know, chuck, the insurance companies and the state regulators, you have to feel for them to some degree because they have spent years, more than three years now, trying to build a structure to comply wit
. but it is said that france wanted tougher terms for iran. we're back with the we're back with the panel. steve, there's different reporting about this. the news is about how this came to be. the french foreign minister was hurrying to sort of intervene before the united states and iran could agree on a bad deal. look, the 23refrench deserve cr. it's not what i would have predicted before the talks. it's very clear that israel is deeply concerned. i don't think that this statement that prime minister netanyahu made last friday, it was a scathing denunciation of this would be deal, delivered, it should be noted in english, i think for a reason. the kind of talk we really haven't heard from them. but, if you go back to his meeting at the white house, and then speech that he gave at the united nations a short time later, it's very clear that he thinks that israel is on its own. >> and congress seems like it's anxious in a bipartisan way to get involved in these discussions. possibly passing more sanctions from capitol hill. >> right. not to actually reach a deal, to increase ouring leverage. and t
have been burned by the website not functioning. let's bring in the panel. steve hayes and charles krauthammer. he wrote a book, "things that matter." >> three decades of passions past time. >> there we go. this is passionate. it has been this week. health care, obama care, the interview digging into it. your thoughts and what was said? >> i can't believe he did it again, in that clip. he said, i apologize, the law wasn't written very precisely because in good faith we try to write the law in such a way people could keep their care. it is precisely the opposite. they wrote the law so that a lot of people would be kicked off. if you wanted to write a simple way for everybody to stay on their care, you wouldn't have had it conditional. if you have your plan, you like your plan, you keep your plan. instead, they wrote the law in a way that was very narrow. you have to have met certain conditions. namely, there was no change in your plan in the last three and a half years. anybody who renews as i do every year, you often have a change here and there. so, deliberately, they wrote into t
goes on, we must address this in our effort of reform. let's bring in our panel. steve hayes, kirsten powers and george will. what about this, george? >> well, everyone is talking about extraordinarily complicated act as though it's a tinker toy. if you don't like this part, just plug in another part. it's much more like a calder mobile which he called a kinetic sculpture. if you touch something over here, things jiggle all the way over here. it's very hard to change this piecemeal and that's about what they're about to find out and this is why you can probably only have this created by a president who had never run anything larger than a senate office. and that is why we generally prefer governors as presidents. they have at least run something. >> you know, the white house today was asked what are the options for doing this. they are not signing on to these pieces of legislation that are essentially you can keep your plan if you like your plan. listen to jay carney today on that answer. >> what is not, i think, an effective fix is one that is envisioned on the hill by some legislati
steve burke, who has won the interest of sir richard branson for this idea, to bring the world's longest urban cable car system to link the beach with downtown miami. >> we have one guy in bed with the special interests and one guy that is a developer and special interests. that's why people are so pissed at politicians. >> reporter: the job only pays $10,000 a year, and carries zero executive power. brett? >> all right, phil, thank you. still ahead, the president's political motive you probably have not considered for obama care. first, drunken stupor, crack cocaine binges, and lying to the voters. a mayor in trouble two is actually becoming more popular. the day we rescued riley was a truly amazing day. he was a matted mess in a small cage. so that was our first task, was getting him to wellness. without angie's list, i don't know if we could have found all the services we needed for our riley. from contractors and doctors to dog sitters and landscapers, you can find it all on angie's list. we found riley at the shelter, and found everything he needed at angie's list. join today at ang
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advice. thank you, steve. let's get the latest on the storm. >> if you can avoid getting on the road tomorrow, do so. do the drive on thursday. everything will be fine by then. we have to get through now and tomorrow. we'll see more delays. airports right now looking pretty good. i think tomorrow they are going to be worse. the big cities that were expecting the delays at this point no delays at all. tomorrow the wind increases a lot. that's going to be a big problem for it. all this moisture across the eastern part of the country, but really the main energy is still down to the south. parts of the central gulf. it's got to make its way to the eastern sea board so we have a ways to go before we're done. tornado concerns in the carolinas. be prepared for that as well. but it's rain now and snow across upstate new york and parts of pennsylvania. we're doing going to see warmer air move in. that means all the cities looking at a rain event. take a look at temperatures in new york city. boston to 44. that tells you we're talking about all rain. but it is all snow on the backside of this.
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